- Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
- Overall Floor Area: 106 m²
Sherry FitzGerald is proud to welcome to the market this remarkable, architecturally extended and refurbished two-bedroom terraced home which is sure to appeal to a wide audience. 1 Synnott Terrace is a property of real beauty, with meticulous attention to detail and high-quality workmanship most evident throughout.
The current owner of number 1 bought the property in 2004 in a poor state and set about breathing new life into it. This home dates to the 1900s and retains many of its beautiful original features which have been sensitively restored and coupled with sharp, contemporary finishes. As soon as one sets foot across the threshold the care and attention to detail and materials is evident.
The accommodation is presented over two levels and briefly comprises a light filled entrance hall with guest wc, open plan kitchen / living and dining room, upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property is set behind electric gates and provides parking for residences. There is a small South facing courtyard to the rear.
The location boasts incredible ease of access to both Monkstown Crescent and to Dun Laoghaire s growing number of popular amenities, both social and essential. It is within a stone s throw of excellent shopping facilities, popular restaurants and the Pavilion Theatre. It is just across the road from the seafront where one can enjoy coastal walks and a wide variety of maritime leisure facilities. Excellent transport links are in abundance in the locality with numerous bus routes -the 46 A & 75 Stops are just across the road, the DART, the Aircoach providing direct access to Dublin Airport.
Porch Rustic stone floor and glass paneled door to the entrance hall.
Entrance Hall Tiled floor continued into this space provides a warm welcome, almost akin to a hotel foyer.
Guest w/c Wash hand basin, w/c. The colour scheme in this room as well as the entire house is just beautiful.
Kitchen The current owner has cleverly reimagined and extended this space and it works perfectly in its current form. To the right-hand side is a superb Newcastle Design kitchen with oodles of storage. A large window beckons light and sea air into this workspace. A granite countertop with breakfast bar sits alongside the kitchen space, creating a natural break between it and the rest of the living area. A classically styled Rayburn (gas fired) in a deep red continues the country theme. There is also another multifuel stove that provides a calming warmth.
Living/Dining Area Bright space with rustic stone/ tiled floor, with room for large pieces of art and furniture. Beautiful fireplace with redbrick surround. The redbrick fireplace is in working order. The second fireplace in the TV area is for decorative purpose. There is something so comforting about an old-world fireplace, especially beside the ocean which is a constantly moving canvas of colour. Door to the rear courtyard.
UPSTAIRS The walk up is filled with light and one can sense the input of cleverly contemplated architectural input. Painted wooden floors complement the paneled doors upstairs and a ceiling height at the landing measures circa 4.08m at its highest.
Bedroom 1 Built in wardrobes, painted wooden floor and a window to the front. Beautiful sea view.
Bedroom 2 Wall to wall built in wardrobes. Painted wooden floor continued and this simple touch and continuity upstairs really makes the world of difference. With beautiful sea view, one can stay in bed watching the tapestry of boat masts sway in the wind. What an escape!
Bathroom Polished tile floor that adds an earthy texture to this bathroom, especially as the exposed brickwork is a focal point in this space. A freestanding cast iron bathtub sits neatly against the back wall. Step in shower with mains supply, wash hand basin, w/c
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